Antoine Khanji

Antoine Khanji

Location: Canada

Canadian artist Antoine Khanji honed his signature painting style of obsessive vivid colors, elusive symbols and diagrams, and different painting styles that blend harmoniously with current era.

Antoine drew his subjects with a very strong accent on bright colors which is represented in most of his artistic work. His Middle Eastern heritage was the primary
cause of using such colors. Red, yellow and blue hues reflect the direct influence of dry and hot summers.

Antoine's early work was critiqued and mentored by Artist Elias Zayat, arguably one of the most significant Syrian artists of the 20th century, back in 1976.

Antoine's first oil painting exhibition was at the Caisse Populaire Desjardins in Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada in 1984 while he was studying at Bishops' University.

In addition to his love for oil painting, he discovered digital painting while using Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Penup platform. In October 2018, Antoine Khanji was inducted to the Hall of Fame of digital artists where he pioneered expressing different styles and mediums in the digital world, Antoine has more than 11 000 followers on

At the age of 60, a graduate from Milan Art Institute, Antoine is back to fulfill his dreams as a professional artist and devotes most of his time sharing his talent and passion for art with the whole world.



Acrylic on canvas, a tribute to Jean-Paul Riopelle, using a very limited color palette, a crescendo and decrescendo orchestrated in unique display of colors and harmony.

Sunrise “Sunrise”

Acrylic on canvas.


An umbiguous contrast and an orchestra of composition displayed in a very unique way with a mixture of ultramarine blue, white and grey.

Below zero degree “Below zero degree”

Acrylic on canvas

A World of Chaos

A World of Chaos was influenced by world events and a hope for all humans to live a better life.

A World of Chaos “A World of Chaos”

A hope for all humans to live a better life. It is our rights to be happy.